Is Mobile an Attack Vector? You Better Believe It Is.

December 02, 2016
According to Check Point Software Technologies Ltd, the latest malicious "Trojan Horse" software, named Gooligan, has been infecting about 13,000 Android mobile devices a day. Disguised as legitimate apps for Android smartphones and tablets, it has seized control of more than one million Google accounts since August.

Tags: Malware, Trojan horse, mobile security, Android security, malicious app

AndroidOS_Marchcaban.HBT Targets Mobile Banking Apps

October 08, 2015
To err is human. People make mistakes all the time. No harm no foul. But if you’re using mobile banking apps, a small mistake can pack a lot of harm. Unfortunately, from a cybersecurity perspective, you may have a new...

Tags: WiFi, Data Breach, Mobile Banking Apps, Security, Identity theft, Malware, Trojan horse, mobile security, Android security, phishing, malicious app, AndroidOS_Marchcaban.HBT

DevOps: At Odds with Mobile Security Strategies?

October 06, 2015
The fast pace of mobile innovation has put enormous pressure on enterprise IT groups to compress development cycles and move towards a continuous release model. In fact, the goal of most DevOps teams is to be agile enough to handle...

Tags: MitM, Mobile threats, Security, Man in the Middle, Malware, Trojan horse, mobile security, devops

Stagefright: The New Face of App Data Theft

July 30, 2015
How vulnerable, exactly, are Android phones to app data theft? Based on recent research from mobile security expert Joshua Drake, 95% of Androids are potentially compromised by Stagefright, a media playback tool. As you may have heard, 6 critical vulnerabilities...

Tags: BYOD, Stagefright, Data Breach, Security, Identity theft, Malware, Trojan horse, mobile security, android app, data theft, malicious app


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